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Update on Leo Tolstoy's "The Death of Ivan Ilyich," set in contemporary Hollywood.

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Ivan Beckman
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Don West
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Charlotte White
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Marcia Beckman
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Amanda Hill
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Rosemary Kramer
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Constanza Vero
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Barry Oaks
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Francesca Knight
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Danny McTeague
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Marie Stein (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Lucy Lawrence (as Morgan Vukovic)
Crystal Atkins ...
Jessie
Alex Butler ...
Brad East
Robert Graham ...
Sid Beckman
Ken Enos ...
Bad Bobby
Mike Gold ...
Ira Reuther (as Michael Gold)
Marilyn Heston ...
Bonnie Shane
Courtney Kling ...
Kimmi
Hal Lieberman ...
Lloyd Hall
Carol Rose ...
Judy Tarzana
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Melanie
Alison Taylor ...
Nurse Jackie
Vladimir Tuchinsky ...
Dr. Gold
Camille Alick ...
Hilda
Bobby Bell ...
Derek
Pria Chattergee ...
Mrs. Mrinalini
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Avery
Dino DeConcini ...
Dr. Meyer
Steve Dickman ...
Melvin
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Anita
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Naomi (as Sarah Goldberg)
Boris Gorbis ...
Rabbi No. 1
Sharon Hall ...
Slim
Tommy Harris ...
Cop No. 1
Lisa Henson ...
Margaret Mead
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Ted Zimblest
Jay Itzkowitz ...
Joe
Jerry Kaona ...
Cop No. 2
Jay Lavender ...
Phil
Sam Lingenfelter ...
AAA Man
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Rabbi No. 2
Wendy Rhoads ...
Missy
Ruby Rose ...
Vicky West
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Ken (as Ken Stephens)
Pierre Tisserand ...
Reporter
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Mary
Todd Williams ...
Paramedic
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Man in Bar (uncredited)
Trev Broudy ...
Ted Zimblest's Boyfriend (uncredited)
Megan Carson ...
Book Store Cashier (uncredited)
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Agent (uncredited)
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Agent (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bernard Rose

Written by

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Leo Tolstoy ... (novel "The Death of Ivan Ilyich")
 
Bernard Rose ... (screenplay) &
Lisa Enos ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Kenneth Enos ... executive producer
Lisa Enos ... producer
Mark Harris ... associate producer
Lisa Henson ... executive producer
Torsten Leschly ... associate producer
Heidi Jo Markel ... co-producer
Stephen Nemeth ... executive producer
Galina Tuchinsky ... co-producer
Cat Villiers ... executive producer

Music by

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Matt Schultz
Elmo Weber

Cinematography by

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Ron Forsythe
Bernard Rose

Film Editing by

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Bernard Rose

Editorial Department

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Noel Sterrett ... on-line editor

Sound Department

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Gerald Beg ... location sound recordist (as Jerry Beg)
Russell Farmarco ... sound editor
Orada Jusatayanond ... sound editor
Ai-Ling Lee ... sound editor
David Peifer ... sound editor
Klaus Peintner ... sound editor
Chris Quilty ... boom operator
Elmo Weber ... sound designer / sound supervisor
Russell Farmarco ... dialogue supervisor (uncredited)
Chris Quilty ... sound mixer day player (uncredited)
Monique Reymond ... foley artist (uncredited)
Clayton Weber ... assistant sound editor (uncredited)

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Eric Person ... e-Lab film supervisor
Paul Round ... Inferno artist

Transportation Department

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Billy Kane ... driver: grip

Other crew

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Mickey Cottrell ... publicist (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Ivan Beckman, Hollywood's most sought after talent agent, the darling and crown prince of La-La Land is dead. How and why did it happen? Was it drugs, murder or excess, or perhaps something altogether more mundane? We begin with an ending and then catapult back a number of days to the apex of Ivan's brilliant career as he bags international megastar Don West onto his company's books, and then charts the highs, lows (and they are so very low) and extreme excesses of his final days. Written by Sujit R. Varma

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Also Known As
  • Ivans xtc. (United States)
  • Ivans xtc. (To Live and Die in Hollywood) (United States)
  • Ivans xtc. (Sweden)
  • Иван под экстази (Russia)
  • Mia defteri efkairia (Greece)
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  • 92 min
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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross $500,000, 01 Jun 2000

Did You Know?

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Movie Connections Featured in Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood/Ivans XTC/Undercover Brother/Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner/Bad Company (2002). See more »
Soundtracks Tristan and Isolde See more »
Quotes [Upon hearing of Ivan Beckman's death]
Don West: What, did he freebase his face off?
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